Bourne, George, Rev
Bourne, George, Rev.
was born and educated in England. After emigrating to the United States he became a minister of the Reformed Dutch Church in 1833. He held no pastoral charge, but was chiefly engaged in literary and theological pursuits in connection with publishing houses and the press. An ardent and learned controversialist, he was the author of works on Romanism and slavery, an earnest preacher, and a faithful champion of the Protestant cause. He died in 1845, in New York, at an advanced age.